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Bike Award and Bicycle Recycling Programs

TERRIFIC Bike Program
Every year, the City and Rockville Bike Hub sponsors a program to reward Rockville youth for good deeds and services as part of the TERRIFIC(Trustworthy, Earnest, Respectful, Responsible, Involved, Fair, Industrious, Caring) Rockville Citizen – Bike Award Program. 

Be a TERRIFIC Rockville Citizen
Do six or more good deeds and earn a bike. It's that easy! This program is open to all students enrolled in grades 1st-5th in Rockville public or private elementary schools. Complete six (or more) of the responsible acts listed on the back of the program flier, have a responsible adult (parent, grandparent, teacher, coach, or guardian) sponsor you and monitor your progress. A non-family member must certify at least two of the responsible acts. After completing six (or more) responsible acts, make sure that your sponsors have signed and dated the applicable sections on the program flier. For more information, call 240-314-8620.

Important Dates

March 2018- Program flyers will be available.
April 7, 2018- Deadline to complete good deeds and mailed form postmarked by.
May 7, 2018- Mayor and Council recognition of awardees.
May 20, 2018- Awardees will receive bikes.

Do you have a bike you want to donate?
bicycle sharing program 

Rockville Bicycle Recycling Program

The Rockville Bike Hub has partnered with the City to collect and refurbish donated, used bicycles and redistribute them to the children who receive the awards. The Bike Hub is actively searching for kid’s bikes to add to their supply. If you have a children’s bike that is not being used anymore, consider donating it to the Rockville Bike Hub to be part of this program. Your donation is tax-deductible. More information can be found at www.rockvillebikehub.org or by emailing
. Please share this with friends and family who may also have bikes to donate.

Some residents do not have the resources to purchase a bike. Unfortunately, without a bicycle, these residents will not be able take full advantage of the City's bicycle paths and lanes and other bicycling-related programs offered in the City. Children without bicycles experience one of the greatest negative impacts: they are often dependent on their parents to drive them to visit parks and friends, participate in sports and access other destinations in the City.

Bicycling is also a fun way for children to be active and healthy. Encouraging children to bicycle can help them become physically active and healthy for life.